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Contestants turn heads at outreach program

By MERE NALEBA
Saturday, July 12, 2014

Update: 4:58PM Members of the public got a chance to see this years Hibiscus contestants as they participated in a public performance and outreach activity at the Damodar City food court earlier this morning.

The Food court that was empty at the start of the program was soon filled up as people gathered to witness the contestants speak on issues they are advocating in this year's Hibiscus.

 Before the public performance and outreach activity, the contestants were also in a workshop aimed at enriching their knowledge of the upcoming General Elections.


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